Waxing for men is more popular than ever. Men are realising that many women prefer a smooth, hair free look and for many men, hair removal boosts their body confidence.
Waxing can be used to remove hair from the torso, legs and arms and the genital area (back, sack and crack), in fact pretty much anywhere you want! Our most popular waxing treatment for men is the back and chest. Using wax for hair removal is a great alternative to other methods such as shaving or using depilatory creams. After waxing your skin will be left smooth and hair free for up to 4 weeks or more.
We use an especially mild Tea Tree Oil Treatment Wax. Well known for its soothing and antiseptic properties Tea Tree Oil is hygienic and helps protect skin during and after waxing. For the more intimate areas we use Perron Rigot Hot Wax which was especially formulated in France for more sensitive areas.
What sort of guys get waxed?
Men from all walks of life are choosing waxing to get rid of unwanted body hair, either for themselves or to please their partner or wife. We treat a wide range of different age clients the youngest being 19 up to the oldest at 70+. Clients also come from all walks of life and we have treated, office workers, students, IT consultants, engineers, teachers, policemen and pilots!
Choose waxing if you want smooth, hair free skin immediately. Unlike shaving or hair removal creams waxing removes hairs by the root, so there’s no itchy stubble. It is 4 weeks on average before hair grows back.
More questions? Please read our waxing questions and answers page.
Our therapists are Axiom certified
We use Perron Rigot wax, especially formulated for intimate waxing
Mobile or Salon Waxing
Our waxing service is available in our treatment room in Kemsing, or you can choose our mobile service (not available for intimate waxing) and be waxed in the comfort of your own home(within a ten mile radius of Sevenoaks). We also offer permanent hair removal.
For further information on waxing or to book an appointment email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01732 763250.